4G LTE Signal Booster

The 4G LTE Signal Booster is a great solution to make low signal stronger and more reliable.

 

 

Signal booster overview

The 4G LTE Signal Booster takes low signal in your home (minimum of 1 bar 3G, 4G, or 4G LTE) and boosts it, giving you a stronger and more reliable signal where you need it most.

 

The device includes a window unit, which receives T-Mobile signal, and a separate coverage unit, which rebroadcasts it and boosts it in your home. You can usually set it up in 15 minutes.

 

Requirements

  • Minimum of 1 bar of indoor T-Mobile signal in your home with 3G, 4G, or 4G LTE (Not for 2G signal)
  • Phone that can connect to the T-Mobile network's 3G, 4G, or 4G LTE
  • Power outlets near the units
  • Active T-Mobile postpaid account
  • No home Internet or Wi-Fi needed!

 

 

Orders & pricing

T-Mobile offers free coverage devices to customers who quality. To ask about it, just dial 611 or set up a callback below.

 

  • Postpaid customers may loan a signal booster from T-Mobile if qualified. This requires a one-time $25 refundable deposit.
  • No charges to buy the device! You're borrowing, not buying.
  • No monthly fees to pay!
  • If you cancel service or don't want it anymore, we'll send you a prepaid shipping label to return it. Possible fees may be charged for not returning the device in good condition.

 

 

 

Tech specs

Specs4G LTE Signal Booster / Signal Booster Duo
Maximum connections16 voice, 4 data
Range

Approximately 3,000 feet

HandoffThe signal booster provides an extension of the T-Mobile network, so your calls will stay connected as they normally would when you move between booster coverage and other T-Mobile coverage or Wi-Fi Calling.
Devices supportedT-Mobile and non-T-Mobile (BYOD) devices that can connect to the T-Mobile network's 3G, 4G, or 4G LTE
Technology / frequencies

4G LTE:

  • Band 2 / L1900
  • Band 4 / L2100
  • Duo model only: Band 12 / L700 (for markets with only L700 coverage)
  • Includes VoLTE

 

3G/4G (UMTS):

  • U1900
  • U2100

 

No 2G bands

 

 

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